Job Opening: Clinical Psychologist at Rockville Internal Medicine Group, Rockville, MD (Metro DC Area)
Rockville Internal Medicine Group (RIMG), member of Privia Health, LLC, is looking for a full- or part-time Clinical Psychologist to join our large, multispecialty integrated healthcare practice and add to our growing behavioral health offerings. RIMG utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to providing patient-centered medical, behavioral health, and nutrition services to adults in the Washington DC Metro area.
The Clinical Psychologist works collaboratively with other psychologists, physicians, nurse practitioners, a nutritionist, nurses, and community referral networks to provide excellence in clinical care and healthcare coordination.
- Provide direct patient care, including assessment, consultation, therapy (individual, couples, family, and/or group), and preventative health/chronic disease education using evidence-based practices.
- Conduct crisis assessments and interventions.
- Participate on a collaborative team of behavioral health, primary care, specialty medicine (including endocrinology, pain management, gastroenterology, rheumatology, sleep medicine), and nutrition providers on a wide range of patient-care issues.
- Document all clinical encounters in a timely fashion using our electronic health record.
- Participate in regular peer consultation meetings with other behavioral health providers.
- Attend monthly journal club, case conference, and other team meetings.
- Provide ongoing in-services and communications to support healthcare providers’ continued expertise in addressing behavioral health concerns.
- Develop and provide educational materials and professional presentations.
- Be a strong representative of behavioral health within the organization and local community.
- Doctoral degree (PhD or PsyD) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from a graduate program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).
- Successful completion of an APA-accredited psychology internship training program.
- Hold a full, current, and unrestricted license to practice psychology in the state of Maryland.
- Familiarity with evidence-based practices for assessing and treating behavioral health concerns commonly seen in a primary-care setting, such as depression, anxiety, stress, grief, insomnia, and health behavior change.
- Experience working in a medical setting and/or integrated care.
- Strong communication, teamwork, and adaptability skills for working with interdisciplinary medical teams.
- Interest and professional skills in research, community outreach, education, and program development.
- Full- or part-time. Flexible schedule and evening hours available.
- Diverse and steady referrals from within RIMG.
- Competitive compensation; paid time-off; reimbursement for continuing education (CE), licensure renewal, and malpractice insurance; health/dental benefits.